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Soccer: Experienced Clippers expected to push for title

7:46 PM, Apr. 2, 2013
Caimyn Lutze retrieves a soccer ball out of a snow-bank-lined puddle Monday while the team practiced in the parking lot behind Sturgeon Bay High School.
Caimyn Lutze retrieves a soccer ball out of a snow-bank-lined puddle Monday while the team practiced in the parking lot behind Sturgeon Bay High School.
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Sturgeon Bay looks like it should remain a Packerland Conference title contender this high school girls soccer season.

The Clippers, who won the title in 2010 and placed second each of the last two years, certainly have the experience to continue their run of conference success. They return 12 players from last year's team that finished 10-4 in the Packerland and 11-7 overall.

"I'm very optimistic," said Clippers coach Paul Lutze. "The girls bring back experience to all positions that I really haven't had before. Hopefully we can just pick up where we left off and improve on last year." ...

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